#415 The Power of Mocking in Unit Tests

Tips for preemptively structuring your code so that it is easy to test

The Power of Mocking in Unit Tests

Testing is often an afterthought when writing code. It can be confusing, slow down development, and if implemented poorly provides questionable utility. The following are some tips for preemptively writing and structuring your code so that it is easy to unit test.

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